Originally Posted by chileelky
I make a mistake. Bought a Flamethrower II coil having an original Ignitor. There is a warning on the coil not to use together (because the final ignition amp will be too high?
What will be the max amp recommended (69 gm 307, taylor braided wires, approx 12 volts on the coil + when running, coil 0,600 ohms)?
What damage may occur if used?
Appreciate your help.
Not sure I know what your asking..
But if referring to the primary side of the coil it will be 20 amps..12v divided by 0.6=20...
If thats the case, most stock ignitions are designed for about 10 amps..the wire gauge will be undersized and could cause a meltdown in the harness or fire, and if fused it will keep blowing fuses..